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Cincinnati started Pride month by hoisting a Pride flag in front of City Hall on Tuesday. It’s a tradition that began three years ago, and there was a ceremony on Tuesday with the leaders of Cincinnati, including Hamilton County Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey, who is the county’s first wife and openly gay sheriff. McGuffey spoke about the importance of acceptance. “The only celebration of what this means to our county is that we can finally be who we are. And those of us who are non-LGBT persuasive can help us. Support us. It means so much to us “said McGuffey. Councilor Chris Seelbach was also there. He led the drive three years ago to hoist a Pride flag in front of City Hall.

Cincinnati started Pride month by hoisting a Pride flag in front of City Hall on Tuesday.

It’s a tradition that began three years ago, and there was a ceremony on Tuesday with the leaders of Cincinnati, including Hamilton County Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey, who is the county’s first female and openly gay sheriff.

McGuffey spoke about the importance of acceptance.

“Celebrating what that means for our county is that we can finally be who we are. And those of us who are not of the LGBT personality can help us, support us. It means so much to us, ”said McGuffey.

Councilor Chris Seelbach was also there. He led the drive three years ago to hoist a Pride flag in front of City Hall.